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Annie Delgado Jun 10
Do any have favorite podcasts / podcast recommendations?
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Dr. Rebecca Brückmann Jun 9
"The Myth of Whiteness in Classical Sculpture":
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Hannah E. Palsa 🐩 Jun 13
Friends! What are a few things that made transitioning to your PhD program easier? Maybe a special notebook? Or a nice planner? Adherence to a strict schedule? Any other tips? :) (I’ve got two different types of cloud storage and a hard drive so I’m good there)
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John Edwin Mason Jun 15
Waking to the sad news that the historian Paul Gaston has died. A professor emeritus at & a great teacher, scholar, & mentor. Importantly he was a courageous civil rights activist at a time when white allies were few & far between in Charlottesville.
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Brandon Eldridge Jun 8
What is one must read US History book for any historian?
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alkenney Jun 13
what letter is that after Juan and Santhiago??? Indexing the Spanish 1766 Louisiana Territory census for the public's pleasure... I tried to explain paleography is a thing...
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Frank Cogliano Jun 9
Kind of fed up with academic Twitter, esp , complaining about how tough it is when they tell non-academics what they do. 1) You don't have to tell strangers what you do; 2) such takes are often patronising.
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Doctor Historianess Jun 13
Hey we need to pay attention to this: a slaveholder's descendant is suing a UVA professor for pointing out that his ancestors were cruel to enslaved people (facts that are well-documented).
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Matthew Barlow 5h
During , an government official, due to a global rubber shortage, suggested cutting the length of condoms in half. It took his colleagues a few minutes to realize he was joking.
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Daniel Siemens Jun 15
, friends and colleagues in and nearby: Please feel cordially invited to the presentation of at the Topographie des Terrors on Tuesday, 16 July 2019, 19:00, with and yours truly.
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Brett Rushforth 14h
My fave bookstore (Portland) chose David McCullough’s Pioneers as a pick of the month. This is unacceptable. The book celebrates settler colonialism and dehumanizes Native people when it bothers to mention them at all. Powell’s, you’re better than this.
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Rebecca Onion Jun 13
. is hiring a researcher for the next season of Slow Burn It's a short-term job, July-Dec, in Brooklyn. A good fit for the right person
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Jacqueline Antonovich Jun 12
Happy Loving Day! Today is the anniversary of the day in 1967 when the Supreme Court declared state laws prohibiting interracial marriage unconstitutional. The case is named for the family who brought the suit, Richard and Mildred Loving.
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Joanne Freeman 14h
For —and indeed, for everybody—this is a very worthwhile read on the role of historians in civic society. H/T
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Jon Piccini 6h
Page proof day! Out November
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HistorySmith 46m
I just added “develop activity using Tweet threads to eval Jackson’s legacy” to my summer APUSH prep work list... I ❤️ and
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We're History Jun 16
“A house divided against itself cannot stand...this government cannot endure, permanently, half slave & half free...It will become all one thing or all the other.”~Abraham Lincoln, accepting Repub. nomination to run for US Senate in Illinois, in 1858.
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Early Modern Recipes Jun 13
Dearest , What do you think/know these marks are either side of the date? Are they beehives or am I missing something? 🐝 🤔
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Jacqueline Antonovich 15h
Remember, , when my students asked your help in transcribing documents? It made it into WaPo!
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Nathen Amin ✒️📚 16h
How come the Rijksmuseum in Netherlands can provide their images free of charge for authors to use in their history work and many UK museums charge exorbitant fees that the author has no chance of recouping?
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